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From CBC news the World This Hour. I'm done. Skill man. The northern Paull mill in Nova Scotia will close by the end of next month. Hundreds of workers work at the mill itself, which supports thousands of other jobs, but it's been a major polluter for decades, dumping toxic affluent into a harbor. In two thousand and fifteen the province told the mill it had five years to stop, but it hasn't. Nova Scotia's premier announced the decision, weighing jobs and the environment. Tom Murphy has more on the reaction. I was at a Sundell today where the management was telling staff please do not take this decision out on people because they now faced job losses as they head into the Christmas season, so it's difficult for them. On the flip side, fishermen are delighted treated affluent will no longer be piped into the northumberland straight after January, thirty one of two thousand and twenty. This is certainly the talk of the town here in Picto. I believe that it is the right decision for the environment. I wish they would have done something years years ago. Just a water treatment plant or whatever it was going to be. The forestry industry of looking at reshaping itself. Wood lot owners are wondering what they're going to do with their wood products. Sawmills wonder what happens to their products. A lot of questions surrounding that as the province tries to put together a transition strategy. Now, heading into the days and weeks ahead, there is still plenty of uncertainty here in Picto County. That's the CBC's Tom Murphy in Nova Scotia. Toronto is police chief held a news conference at the end of what has been a very violent year. In two thousand and nineteen, the city has set a new record for gun violence. Shootings have jumped almost twenty percent over last year. Officials and those affected by violence are desperate for solutions. John Lancaster reports. Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said police alone can't stop gun crime. The we are arresting people quite often. I mean we've ceased over eight hundred guns. Earlier this year all three levels of government gave Toronto police four and a half million dollars to combat gun crime. The result about five hundred arrests, two hundred and fifty guns seized. Yet the number of shootings kept rising. Counselor Joe Crescy Says City Hall is doing its part by proposing its own solutions. We need stronger gun control and that means a national ban on handguns. But Louis March isn't sure politicians and police have it right. He runs Toronto's zero gun violence program we can't be talking about Ben in hand guns if we're not talking about Ben in poverty. He says. The province has cut millions of dollars from after school programs aimed at helping those communities. John Lancaster, CBC News Toronto. Twenty one Canadians are helping Australia fight it's Bush fires and thirty more will be arriving shortly. The forecast for New South Wales calls for strong winds and temperatures above forty degrees Celsius. More than a hundred bush fires are raging in New South Wales. Least Detain people in Delhi, aftermass of protests over the countries citizenship, law officers used well water cannon to disperse about six thousand protesters Friday evening. Relatives of those detained gathered outside of police station today demanding their release. At least fourteen people have been killed since parliament passed a citizenship law last week. Critics say it discriminates against Muslims. The International Criminal Court is a major step closer to launching a full investigation into alleged war crimes in the Palestinian territories. Chief Prosecutor Fat Tu Ben Sudha says there is a reasonable basis to believe Israeli forces, a mass and other Palestinian militant groups committed war crimes in the two thousand and fourteen Ghas of war. There are no substantial reasons to believe that an investigation would not serve the interests of justice. Israel is not a member of the cord. Prime Minister Benjamin Nett Yah, who slammed the decisions, saying the ICC has no jurisdiction to investigate. There and back in Canada, teachers in Ontario's French language school system have voted in favor of a strike. The Union represents twelve thousand workers. The group joined three other major teachers unions in Ontario launching a court challenge against the Ford government's plan to cap public sector wage increases. A new round of negotiations as scheduled to begin early in the New Year, and that is your world this hour. For CBC News, I'm Dennis Kellny. Them deadly tornadoes. Everything's flown around us, US for everything's caving in. Boeing suspense production of thirty seven Max boy. This is shaken the company who its core driver assistants danger that can lull you into this false sense of security. This is the CBS World News Round Up, presided by capital one. Good Morning, I'm Steve Cath in. At least three people were killed more than a dozen hurt when a line of powerful weather roared through the deep South. CBS...

Is David Begnow is in Alexandria, Louisiana, where a church and school were torn up. There were at least twenty seven tornadoes and all it was a rare outbreak in December that ripped apart homes and businesses across the south. The cat flew, it picked the cat up and the cat flew. It flew across the ARC. For many homes, nothing was left standing but the studs. You can see it was common and you can feel it's kind of shake the house. About one hundred and thirty miles northeast, of here. Another twister battered the small town of Edwards, Mississippi, in Vernon Parish Louisiana. Betty potted died after her trailer overturned just one day after her fifty ninth birthday. Don't take love for Grean infu close to night can be gone just a sick of I'll seebs news meteorologist Jeff Barrodelli says snow and ice from the storm systems made its way from the nation's midsection to the northeast, Stam Tim Pick Keepsie, East Hartford, Springfield, Massachusetts, over to Boston. That is some of the most dangerous conditions. This morning is where we have that mix of ice and snow. About a dozen deaths have been blamed on accidents in several states over the last few days. In Washington, the House Rules Committee meets to set the stage for tomorrow's vote on two articles of impeachment against President Trump. CBS Has Nancy Cortis says some Democrats who had been on the fence or now taking a stand. I made this decision out of principle and out of a duty to protect and defend the constitution. Michigan Democrat Alyssa Slotkin was met with cheers and booze after she announced she'll be voting yes, and I will stick to that, but godless of what it does to me politically, because this is bigger than politics. Slotkins district went for president trump in two thousand and sixteen. She's one of a series of swing district Democrats who weighed this decision until the end. I'm the one who swore an oath to the constitution to defend it. Minnesota's Colin Peterson is one of at least two Democrats expected to vote No. With no sign that regulators are ready to clear the thirty seven Max to return to the skies, Boeing has suspended production of the jetliner. Your CBS has Chris Van Cleave. For now, the Twelvezero Boeing employees who work on the thirty seven will not face layoffs or furloughs, but Boeing has six hundred suppliers, so this move could impact tens of thousands of supply chain jobs across the country. It's been twenty two years since Boeing has had to temporarily hauled production of an airplane. The thirty seven Max is estimated to account for about one third of Boeing's revenue over the next five years. For drivers assistants, technology is supposed to make things easier, but CBS has Vicki Barker tells this. New Research finds there are complications. La Motor is Seth Blake tracked one guy four miles as he drove and dose we're in his area, Warrior driving for probably about ten minutes and he only woke up one time and kind of like looked around and then he was like went back to sleep. Assistance Technology seems to be assisting some drivers to sleep at the wheel. I think we're seeing some evidence of that. The Aaas Bill Hory the culprits. We're going to go and add adaptive cruise control and we're going to set it adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist technology. The AAA says those two systems make drivers nearly twice as likely to engage in distracted driving. Yet Motor is still getting used to the systems are less likely to drive distracted while using them, suggesting familiarity can lead to a potentially fatal false sense of security. On his eighty third birthday, Pope Francis has abolished what's called the pontifical secret that's been used to shield pedophiles and silence victims, and the clergy sex abuse scandal. The hunt is on in New York for a second teenager wanted in connection with last week's deadly stabbing of a college student. CBS Has Nicki Batiste. CBS News just confirmed that the fourteen year old considered a suspect was actually being driven in four police questioning by a family member when he escaped from the car. Police then launched an hour's long search, but so far they have not found the team the thirteen year old already in custody allegedly had idd him. Police had searched a pond in the park for evidence. Sources say no murder weapon has been found and there were no eyewitnesses. A Mississippi man tasted freedom yesterday for the first time in twenty two years. Curtis flowers got out on bond after the US Supreme Court overturned his murder conviction because of racial bias. It's been wrong, it's been wrong. Yeah, we've been taking him one day at a time. You know, flowers was convicted four times in connection with the killing of four people in one thousand nine hundred and ninety six. A DA has to decide if there will be another trial or if the case will be dropped. Not A TULSA CBS is all Marva Franco tells us. Scientists are a step closer to finding evidence of mass graves tied to one of the worst incidents of racial violence in US history. Photo journalist Cavin Ross says he's grateful that a tragic, little known part of Tulsa history is now coming to light. But decades it was hush hush. They were brought up not talking about what happened. It happened on these streets. In one...

...thousand nine hundred and twenty one. Much of the Tulsa neighborhood of Greenwood was burned to the ground by a white mob and hundreds of black people were massacre. It was this hell on earth along the fence line. At a public storm Monday, scientists confirmed they discus cupboard what appears to be an underground pit roughly thirty by twenty five feet, which they say is large enough to bury up to a hundred bodies. Gt binum is Tulse's mayor. That's the first time that we've had anyone say that in a from a technical standpoint in an open form and a meeting like this or to us. Scientists are now planning to do additional surveys that could lead to excavations. Well, it was a big night for drew breeze on ESPN. He top Peyton Manning's NFL record for career touchdown passes. He now has five hundred forty one as the saints beat the Colts thirty four seven. Christmas came early for Mariah Carron, twenty five years after its release. All I want for Christmas is you hit number one on the billboard hot one hundred chart. It's her nineteen, number one, one behind the Beatles. Thirty years ago today we first met a now famous TV family. The Simpson's debut on December seventeen. One thousand nine hundred and eighty nine famous guests have run the gamut hile Michael Jackson took Lisa's Vegetarian Guau. Wow about you and history crap and the world's most famous physicist, Stephen Hawking. I don't need anyone to talk for me. The shore Emmy's at. It's still churning out the heads on Fox. It's renewed through it's thirty second season in two thousand and twenty one. That'll add up to a total of seven hundred episodes. DEBRAA Rodriguez, CBS News. The daughter of a Michigan couple says they did everything together. That didn't stop with their death less and freed to Austin. Both Ninety, married for seventy years dot on the same day in a hospice. Their son says, if they had to go, this was about as romantic as you could get. That's the round I'm Steve Caith in, CBS News. Deadly tornadoes. Everything's flown around us. US for everything's caving in. Boeing suspends production of thirty seven Max boy. This is shaking the company. Who has core driver assistants? Danger that can lull you into this false sense of security. This is the CBS World News Round Up, presided by capital one. Good Morning. I'm Steve Caith in. At least three people were killed more than a dozen hurt when a line of powerful weather roared through the deep South. CBS Is David Begnow is in Alexandria, Louisiana, where a church and school were torn up. There were at least twenty seven tornadoes and all. It was a rare outbreak in December that ripped apart homes and businesses across the south. The cat flew, it picked the cat up and the cat flew. It flew across the ORD. For many homes, nothing was left standing but the studs. You can see it was common and you can feel it's kind of shake the house. About one hundred and thirty miles northeast of here, another twister battered the small town of Edwards, Mississippi, in Vernon Parish Louisiana. Betty Pot Ted died after her trailer over turned just one day after her fifty nine birthday. Don't take love for Grean infocos to might be gone. Just a sick of I'll CBS News Meteorologist Jeff Bearadelli says snow and ice from the storm systems made its way from the nation's midsection to the northeast. Stingham, Tim Pick Keepsie, east to Hartford, Springfield, Massachusetts, over to Boston. That is some of the most dangerous conditions. This morning is where we have that mix of ice and snow. About a dozen deaths have been blamed on accidents in several states over the last few days. In Washington, the House Rules Committee meets to set the stage for tomorrow's vote on two articles of impeachment against President Trump. CBS has, Nancy Cortis says, some Democrats who had been on the fence or now taking a stand. I made this decision out of principle and out of a duty to protect and defend the constitution. Michigan Democrat Alyssa Slotkin was met with cheers and booze after she announced she'll be voting yes, and I will stick to that regardless of what it does to me politically, because this is bigger than politics. Slatkins district went for president trump in two thousand and sixteen. She's one of a series of swing district Democrats who weighed this decision until the end. I'm the one who swore an oath to the constitution to defend it. Minnesota's Colin Peterson is one of at least two Democrats expected to vote No. With no sign that regulators are ready to clear the thirty seven Max to return to the skies, Boeing has sus bended production of the jet liner. Your CBS has Chris Van Cleave. For now, the Twelvezero bowing employees who work on the thirty seven will not face layoffs or furloughs, but Boeing has six hundred suppliers, so this move could impact tens of thousands of supply chain jobs across the country. It's been twenty two years since Boeing has...

...had to temporarily hauled production of an airplane. The thirty seven Max is estimated to account for about one third of bowings revenue over the next five years. For drivers assistants, technology is supposed to make things easier, but CBS has Vicki Barker tells this. New Research finds there are complications. La Motor is Seth Blake tracked one guy four miles as he drove, and does we're in his area, Warrior driving for probably about ten minutes and he only woke up one time and kind of like looked around and then he just like went back to sleep. Assistance Technology seems to be assisting some drivers to sleep at the wheel. I think we're seeing some evidence of that the AAA's bill hory the culprits. We're going to go and add adaptive cruise control and we're going to set it adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist technology. The AAA says those two systems make drivers nearly twice as likely to engage in distracted driving. Yet Motor is still getting used to the systems are less likely to drive distracted while using them, suggesting familiarity can lead to a potentially fatal false sense of security. On his eighty third birthday, Pope Francis has abolished what's called the pontifical secret that's been used to shield pedophiles and silence victims and the clergy sex abuse scandal. The hunt is on in New York for a second teenager wanted in connection with last week's deadly stabbing of a college student. CBS Has Nicki Batiste. CBS News just confirmed that the fourteen year old considered a suspect was actually being driven in four police questioning by a family member when he escaped from the car. Police then launched an hour's long search, but so far they have not found the team the thirteen year old already in custody allegedly had idd him. Police had searched a pond in the park for evidence. Sources say no murder weapon has been found and there were no eyewitnesses. A Mississippi man tasted freedom. Yesterday, for the first time in twenty two years, curtis flowers got out on bond after the US Supreme Court overturned his murder conviction because of racial bias. It's been wrong, it's been wrong. Yeah, we've been taking him one day at a time. You know, flowers was convicted four times in connection with the killing of four people. In one thousand nine hundred and ninety six. A DA has to decide if there will be another trial or if the case will be dropped. Not A TULSA CBS is all Marva Franco tells us. Scientists are a step closer to finding evidence of mass graves tied to one of the worst incidents of racial violence in US history. Photo journalist Cavin Ross says he's grateful that a tragic, little known part of Tulsa history is now coming to light. But decades it was hush hush. They were brought up not talking about what had happened. It happened on these streets in one thousand nine hundred and twenty one. Much of the Tulsa neighborhood of Greenwood was burned to the ground by a white mob and hundreds of black people were massacre. It was this hell on earth along the fence line. At a public storm Monday, scientists confirmed they discovered what appears to be an underground pit roughly thirty by twenty five feet, which they say is large enough to bury up to a hundred bodies. Gt bynum is Tulsa's mayor. That's the first time that we've had anyone say that in a from a technical standpoint, in an open form and a meeting like this, or to us. Scientists are now planning to do additional surveys that could lead to excavations. Well, it was a big night for drew breeze on ESPN. He top Peyton Manning's NFL record for career touchdown passes. He now has five hundred forty one as the saints beat the Colts thirty four seven. Christmas came early for Mariah Carron, twenty five years after its release. All I want for Christmas is you hit number one on the billboard hot one hundred chart. It's our nineteen, number one, one behind the Beatles. Thirty years ago today we first met a now famous TV family. The Simpson's debut on December seventeen one thousand nine hundred and eighty nine famous guests have run the gamut. Tile Michael Jackson took Lisa's Vegetarian Guau. Wow pro hi, mean I write about you and history class and the world's most famous physicist, Stephen Hawking. I don't need anyone to talk for me. They sure Emmy's added, still churning out the heads on Fox. It's renewed through which thirty two season in two thousand and twenty one. That'll add up to a total of seven hundred episodes. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News. The daughter of a Michigan couple says they did everything together. That didn't stop with their death, less and free to Austin. Both Ninety, married for seventy years dot on the same day in a hospice. Their son says, if they had to go, this was about as romantic as you could get. That's the rounder. I'm Steve Kith and CBS News. Hi, I'm Cynthia McFadden here with today's her take. Is a new series we're doing here at nightly news where would take a group of really interesting women, some of them famous, some of them not, and get their take on their lives and this country and what it means to be a woman.

Today I talked to Estradine. Now you definitely know her music, you may not know her name. I didn't really know what to expect when we went to a little recording studio in Times Square, but the woman I met was truly extraordinary, and when you hear her life story you'll think so too. I hope you'll enjoy listening to what Estradin has to say as much as I enjoy talking to her. Here we go, so tell me what. Being a little girl, yeah, now, Know Daddy in the family right, youngest, a fine not much money, no connections to the bigger world, and you are bubbling over with this dream, with this idea that you are going to make it. Yeah, Dude, it occur to you that the odds were against you? Nope, I have blind ambition. I had music and my spirit and I heard music and I was already recording music because back then, you know, you had tape players. You had to tape lace. So we they used to have a perm tape that told you how to put the Perm on right, just for me, and I would use that tape and my mom will record the songs off the radio. My sister would write down lyrics from the song, which it is. At a young age she was writing down lyrics and I would use the tape and I will push those play and record and I just will hear myself seeing, you know. So I've always wanted to record and I always wanted to hear myself out of the radio. I've been writing since I was in third grade, I know, and I know that for sure. All right, what was the first song? Well, the first song I really like remember what's called Gypsy Lady, and it's like, Jesse Lady, tell my future, Jesse Lady, tell me now, because I want to know my story and want no and now. I was always consider very spunky and outspoken. Yet most people who told me about it was adults and they would say, Hey, you got a good head on you. Either they said I had a good head on me or I had old spirit. So I've always told I got an old spirit. You know. Nobody tried to hush me, you know, but I don't think I heard them. If they did, you up youngest or five, MMM or yeah, of course we are like, but in the think is I didn't. I knew we were. I knew we wouldn't we didn't have any money, but I wasn't. I didn't need for anything really. I just wanted a lot of food. How important to the money? The money is freedom of choice. So if I you know, if you want to bottle water, you got to need money. You need your electrical you didn't need money. So at the end of the day, money is important. It's important to the world. That's where we go and do business with other countries and stuff like that. If we didn't need it, we wouldn't use it. But it's not necessarily important, but a necessity. It's just what it's needed to be where you are. But importance is my mental step. Stability. So you've gone. Yeah, I mean you know what it's like to have food stamps. Yeah, I appreciate the government for that. I appreciate the government for that. And you now yeah, I've made a lot of money, a lot of it. It still feel like food stamps. This is you still use it the same way. I still eat RMON noodles and still buy eye dogs. You don't really change unless you change in your mental about you know, the quality of what you would with means quality to you. You know, I buy a lot of books. I got like seven hundred books, audio books. Audio Bulls should love me right now. I buy a lot of books like that. I spend my wealth all things. That is an asset to me, you know, not a liability. Where did it come from, that sort of self confidence that I'm not going to let anyone tell me what my place is? I think it's my dad. Like when I hear the stories about my dad, he was a stubborn man, like even on his downfalls he was like and I still ain't listening to you and I'm still do what I want to do. And my mom was. She wasn't a fighter in the beginning. You know, she went through abuse and ways that I would pray no woman ever go through. She just she raised the superstar to me, like look, she got me. She moved me out of Oklahoma to Nebraska at eight and nineteen I told her I want to move to Atlanta. She said Go. Well, you did it. That took a lot of gumption, don't you got in the car. And in a car with how much money? Five hundred dollars. People keep on us that somebody said she didn't get in a car with five hundred dollars. Honey, I did. That's all I had list off for me. The women. Yeah, who you have written music for? The women, and they're all women. Kelly Clark, saying, Rihanna,...

...beyonce, Nicki, Minaj Jlo, Mary J blage, Katie Perry drive. A favorite song? Come all the ones you've readen my favorite song. You know what? I have favorite song and nobody would even know that I have this one favorite song. Jennifer Hudson Sung a song and she never and never went out, she never put it out. But when I tell you, I played that song in my car and it's just as a it's basically a demo now because it's just jennifer singing the song, but it was, it was is. I kind of readditioned my baby love, my baby love, and she sung that song so well and I just that's my favorite song. She don't even know it. I just that's my favorite song. You have a special good? No, I don't. I have gifts that I tried. Everybody I know it's talented in some form some way, and if they apply it to anything, you know, like who is the person who made the toilet stopper or the you know, the lady who did the SPANKS? My mom been putting panty holes on it to hold it in all, but she's like no, I'Mna try to sell these. It's okay. It's like it doesn't have to be like this majestic like talent. Just go for something, like go for something to win, you know. So it's not about who can do it and who can't, is who try it who didn't. Hi, everyone, it's lester hold. Thank you for listening. Now I want to invite you to talk to us here at NBC News. We'd like to know more about you and the topics you'd be interested in hearing about as we look to launch new podcasts. Text podcast to six, six, eight, six six and will text you a link to a short survey. Again, text the word podcast to six, six, eight, six six. Standard text messaging rates apply. Your input matters and we're looking forward to hearing from you. Deadly gun battle. It was like a war Zon Bob. President Bucks, House Democrats slimsy, pathetic, ridiculous articles of impeachment. Students go to court trying to stop universities from acquiring test scores. This is the CBS World News Round Up, preceded by capital one good morning. I'm Steve CAF in. The mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey, hours after a long and deadly gun battle, says the Jewish market where it all ended was targeted by the two gunmen. CBS IS DON Daler says those two men, a police detective and three other people done. It was a Warz, it was gunpower. Police in Jersey City say it will be a while before this neighborhood returns to normal after a shootout terrified residents and put their homes in the center of a combat zone. The investigation will take weeks, maybe months. The crime scene is very extensive and is at three locations at least. The shootout began at a cemetery just after noon, where officers confronted two people they believed look suspicious. Detective Joseph Seals was later confirmed dead by police. The gunman got into a stolen rental van drove themselves to the Kosher Grocery store, where the standoff continued for hours. Five more people were killed, including the two shooters and three bystanders whom police say were shot by the suspects. Just the sight of this in the area that I live in is very unnervous, not a Washington. Debate begins tonight in a House Committee on the two articles of impeachment against President trump that have been drawn up. Your CBS's Nancy Cortis campaigning in Pennsylvania. President trump questioned Democrats motives. They're impeaching me and there are no primes. This has to be a first in history. They're impeaching me. You know why? Because they want to win an election. The first article of impeachment, abuse of power, alleges that president trump openly and corruptly urged Ukraine to publicly announce investigations into his political opponent, former vice president Joe Biden. And when the president got caught, he committed his second impeachable act, obstruction of Congress. That article accuses the president of directing the unprecedented, categorical and indiscriminate defiance of the house investor Sigation, with the departments of state, energy and defense refusing to produce a single document or record. Of Federal Judge in Texas has blocked the trump administration from spending some Pentagon money on the southern border wall. This is three point six billion that was diverted from dozens of military construction projects. That ruling does not apply, though, to more than two billion diverted from anti drug operations. The Navy is grounding more than three hundred Saudi pilots who are training in the US. After last week's deadly shooting at a base in Pensacola, Florida, blamed on a twenty one year old Saudi. Pentagon corresponded. David Martin says some five hundred others...

...undergoing non flight training will also be affected. They'll be grounded while the Pentagon reviews the procedures it uses to vet these foreign students before they come into the country and are allowed access to US military bases. In Afghanistan, one person was killed and more than sixty hurt when suicide bombers attacked an entrance to the main US military base. There was a thirty minute battle afterward. Most of the casualties were Afghan forces. A medical base being built for locals was badly damaged. Now to New Zealand, where an island volcano is venting more steam. Days after a deadly eruption that killed at least six people, eight others are missing and presumed dead. CBS Has Rami and ASENSIO, at least thirty people are being treated in hospitals across the country, pushing burn units to capacity, with supplies being flown in from places including the United States. The suggest the stout of a very long pricess at for some patients will lost several months. And earlier today of Al Knologists with New Zealand's Geoscience Agency told us they're still a forty eight to sixty percent chance of yet a second eruption happening in the next twenty four hours. The Indiana family of a toddler who died in a cruise ship fall in July is expected to sue Royal Caribbean today. The girl fell from her grandfather's hands. He is facing charges. In Puerto Rico there's a new lawsuit over college admissions. Tests were live with CBS is garing on the University of California system being sued by for students, one school district and several advocacy groups, charging use of sat and act scores and admissions is unconstitutional. Plaintiffs claim the tests are biased and discriminate against applicants based on race and wealth. Hundreds of schools already make the scores optional. The outcome of the lawsuit could shake up how all students are admitted to college from now on and reform the testing industry. State. At least eight illnesses have been linked to chopped salad kits from fresh express. CBS is Jonathan Vigliatti. According to the Centers for Disease Control, people started getting sick between November five and November fifteen and Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin. After eating the salad. One of those patients developed kidney failure, an out like link to Romaine lettuce from Selina's. California's sick and more than one hundred people in twenty three states. Twenty five more movies are going into the National Film Registry at the National Library of Congress. Here, CBS is Steve Futterman. This year's list includes a Disney animation classic, Sleeping Beauty, along with a film depicting the life of Country Music Legend Loretta Lynn. There is Martin Scor says. He's documentary, the last Woltz, featuring the rock group the band. Prince's film Purple Rain makes the list as the spike leaves breakthrough film. She's gotta have it down two types of men, the deefn ones and the dogs, there is the highly acclaimed Vietnam War drama platoon. Everybody gotta Die Sometime, right, and there's even the trip back to the seventeen hundreds. Amma Davis, Steve Futterman, CBS News team. Climate activist Grata Tunberg is time magazines person of the year. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction. She's spent a lot of time traveling the globe this year, at times exchanging verbal punches with president trump. She is in Madrid now for a climate summit. Are you getting a holiday bonus at work? If you are a probably won't compare to this. Now this is a holiday to remember. A company in Maryland called St John Properties announced during its holiday party that every one was sharing in a ten million dollar bonus. The amount given to each of the one hundred ninety eight employees was based on works there. Shot very thankful and what happened and I was magical. It's really amazing. The average bonus fiftyzero dollars, the highest two hundred seventy thousand. Matt Piper, CBS News. A lot of money being thrown around at baseball. The New York Yankees landed the big offseason Free Agent Prize Pitcher Garrick Cole reportedly signing a whopping three hundred twenty four million dollar contract over nine years. That works out to thirty six million a season. That's tops in the big leagues. That's the round up. I'm Steve Cath and CBS News. Storms snarls travel for millions. A big epic amounts as Snow House impeachment invitation. The White House rejected that offer. Back to school after deadly shooting. I have to like walk in the same place where two people died. This is the CBS World News Round Up, preceded by capital one. Good Morning, I'm Steve Kathan. Snow plows around from the northwest to the nation's midsection and northeast, trying to clear snow and ice.

The timing for holiday travelers couldn't be any worse on highways and an airports. CBS is Don Daler is in Greenfield, Massachusetts, where a foot of snow is on the ground as more as on the way. Historic snowfall very eyes. It's sliding around everywhere. Whiteout conditions. This is extraordinary, and sheets of ice and rain on roadways. You can tell it's whinner are hammering the country coast to coast. Lets you have pot old drive, I would be really careful because I think you'll get stuck. Hundreds of drivers on interstate five near the Oregon California border were stranded in the snow for seventeen hours. But it wasn't just the snow. We all were like scared to death. At least three tornadoes ripped through Phoenix, pulling massive trees from the ground, tearing roofs off buildings and causing thousands to lose power. It's crazy heavy snow. Wow. As the storm barrels northeast, will we slop? You'll be a massa. So buckle up. This weather is in saying. Drivers in parts of Massachusetts overnight already face the impacts of the more than one foot of snow expected and for millions looking to get home from the Thanksgiving holiday. CBS Has Chris Van Cleave have nework airport, says it's been a frustrating struggle. Airports a particular concern are Boston and Hartford's Bradley. But we know there are going to be delays at all three of New York's major airports, and Newark saw some delay stretching past four hours yesterday. Well, not a Washington, where the White House has made the latest move in the impeachment inquiry days ahead of a hearing. In a letter last night to the House Judiciary Committee, the chief White House Council said we do not intend to participate in your Wednesday hearing because it exacerbates the complete lack of due process and fundamental fairness for the president. loomakers on the House Intelligence Committee will get just one day to review a report drafted over the Thanksgiving break. The report summarizes weeks of hearings and depositions and will be sent to the Judiciary Committee tomorrow, just in time for Wednesday's hearing. And while that House hearing is going on, president trump will be overseas in London, as we hear from CBS is Stephen Portnoy. As NATO leaders gather here to celebrate the anniversary of their alliance, the issues that drive them apart or at the for Britain might be on the cusp of breaking from the rest of Europe with Brexit, if Boris Johnson's Conservative Party wins next week's election. Germany is euging closer to having China's Wah way build its new wireless network. Turkey continues angering the NATO partners with its plans to buy a Russian missile defense system and with the American president urging allies to do and spend more for their own defense. The French leader recently called NATO brain dead. The venerable transatlantic alliance has grown cantankerous at age seventy. Stephen Portnoy CBS News London. Also in the British capital, CBS is Vicky Barker is live with details on vigils for the attack victims at London Bridge, where there is hatred, give love, in Cambridge, where they just studied, and in London where they died. Praise for two young people dedicated to helping Britain's prison inmates and a pledge by London's mayor say that London, whatever the count or intimidates it by terrorism. With elections here just ten days away, both Prime Minister Boris Johnson and opposition Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn have been accused of using Friday's knife attacks as campaign fadder. Today, though, the two men stood side by side in respectful silence. Steve, it was a wild scene early Sunday morning in New Orleans, there was gunfire on busy canal street near the city's French quarter. Police Superintendent Sean Ferguson Looking for Leeds. We had ten individuals that was struck by this gun fire. Too are now listening critical condition. There assume many people, I who are unable to determine who was actually fire and these shouts at that time. It's back to class today at Saugas High School in Southern California for the first time since a team gunman shot and killed two students two weeks before Thanksgiving. Ten Grader Mason Harland, I don't feel scared because I feel like it's safe. You know, any measures at the school is going to take, they're going to take them seriously. The Supreme Court takes up a case today the could expand gun rights. It's a challenge to a New York City rule that sets restrictions on transporting legally owned guns. Federal investigators are beginning work today at the scene of the weekend small plane crash near an airport in Chamberlain, South Dakota. CBS Has Tom Hanson at the crash scenes as nine members of an Idaho family were killed. Prominent Businessmen Kirk and Jim handson have been identified as two of the victims. An emergency official told a local paper the passengers ranged in ages from just seven all the way up to eighty one. Three people on the plane or hospitalized with injuries. Montana Governor Steve Bullock has ended his Democratic presidential campaign. Party leaders in the state of been urging him to run for a Republican held US Senate seat. President Trump tweeted this morning he's restoring tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Brazil and Argentina.

Well, retailer's fattened up over the Thanksgiving holiday. According to the experts who track shopping, today is cyber Monday of the day for online deals. Viveck, Pandias with adobe digital insights. We've been really taken aback by bopus or by online pickup in store, where we're seeing upwards of forty to fifty percent growth. WWL radio's Dave Cohen takes US Christmas tree shopping in New Orleans. Crowds have been huge here at the big fat Christmas Tree Company has. People look to get in the Christmas mood. lets us in a spirit. That's a good, good tradition to have any of these shoppers get their tree. Every year during Thanksgiving weekend. There's a tradition the boys pick out the Christmas tree. I do you pick the right Christmas tree. It just got to be full around all sides. That I don't our. Danny McMahon's says it was a wild weekend, with Friday the single busiest day's ever seen. In light of the much pubblicized national tree shorted, the trees will run out a lot quicker than she had going for CBS News New Orleans, frozen two is red hot of the movie, setting a five day Thanksgiving Day holiday record, taking a nearly one hundred thirty three million dollars. We're hearing from a famous couple's daughter as mom and dad fight the charges against them. Everybody. Olivia Jane Jan Newley, has posted her first youtube video since her mother and father, Actress Lori Laughlin and designer Massamo Jinulei, were snagged in the college admission scandal. I'm leaving allowed to speak on anything going on right now. A part of me is like, should I come back to youtube or parents are scheduled to stand trial on charges of paying half a million dollars to get Olivia Jade and her sister into USC reports Ay. They are no longer enrolled there. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News. Actress Shelley Morrison has dot at eighty three. She's best known for her role as the Salvadoran made on will and grace. My country, air was a school teacher. It was supposed to be a one off but led to appearances in sixty eight episodes of the long running comedy. That's the world news round him. I'm Steve Kith and CBS News. Deadly gun battle. It was like a warz old Baba President, box house. Democrats slimsy, pathetic, ridiculous articles of impeachment. Students go to court trying to stop universities from acquiring test scores. This is the CBS World News Round Up, preceded by capital one. Good Morning, I'm Steve Kith in the mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey, hours after a long and deadly gun battle, says the Jewish market where it all ended was targeted by the two gunmen. CBS Has Don Daler says those two men, a police detective and three other people died. It was a war, it was gunpower. Police in Jersey City say it will be a while before this neighborhood returns to normal after a shootout terrified residents and put their homes in the center of a combat zone. The investigation will take weeks, maybe months. The crime scene is very extensive and is at three locations at least. The shootout began at a cemetery just after noon, where officers confronted two people they believed look suspicious. Detective Joseph Seals was later confirmed dead by police. The gunman got into a stolen rental van drove themselves to the Kosher Grocery store, where the standoff continued for hours. Five more people were killed, including the two shooters and three bystanders whom police say were shot by the suspects. Just the sight of this in the area that I live in is very unnervous. Not a Washington. Debate begins tonight in a House Committee on the two articles of impeachment against President trump that have been drawn up. Your CBS has Nancy Cortis Champagnie in Pennsylvania. President trump questioned Democrats motives. They're impeaching me and there are no primes. This has to be a first in history. They're impeaching me. You know why? Because they want to win an election. The first article of impeachment, a use of power, alleges that president trump openly and corruptly urged Ukraine to publicly announce investigations into his political opponent, former vice president Joe Biden. And when the president got caught, he committed his second impeachable act, obstruction of Congress. That article accuses the president of directing the unprecedented, categorical and indiscriminate defiance of the House investigation, with the departments of state, energy and defense refusing to produce a single document or record of federal judge in Texas has blocked the trump administration from spending some Pentagon money on the southern border wall. This is three point six billion that was diverted from dozens of military construction projects. That ruling does not apply, though, to more than two billion diverted from anti drug operations. The Navy is grounding more than three hundred Saudi pilots who are training in the US after last week's deadly shooting...

...at a base in Pensacola, Florida, blamed on a twenty one year old Saudi Pentagon corresponded David Martin says some five hundred others undergoing non flight training will also be affected. They'll be grounded while the Pentagon reviews the procedures it uses to vet these foreign students before they come into the country and are allowed access to US military bases. In Afghanistan, one person was killed and more than sixty her when suicide bombers attacked an entrance to the main US military base. There was a thirty minute battle afterward. Most of the casualties were Afghan forces. A medical base being built for locals was badly damaged. Now to New Zealand, where an island volcano is venting more steam. Days after a deadly eruption that killed at least six people, eight others are missing and presumed dead. CBS Has Rami and ASENSIO, at least thirty people are being treated in hospitals across the country, pushing burn units to capacity, with supplies being flown in from places including the United States. The suggest the thought of a very long pricess at for some patients will last several months and earlier today of Al Knologists with New Zealand's Geoscience Agency told us they're still a forty to sixty percent chance of yet a second eruption happening in the next twenty four hours. The Indiana family of a toddler who died in a cruise ship fall in July is expected to sue Royal Caribbean today. The girl fell from her grandfather's hands. He is facing charges. In Puerto Rico. There's a new lawsuit over college admissions. Tests were live with CBS is garing on the University of California system being sued by for students, one school district and several advocacy groups, charging use of sat and act scores and admissions is unconstitutional. Plaintiffs claim the tests are biased and discriminate against applicants based on race and wealth. Hundreds of schools already make the scores optional. The outcome of the lawsuit could shake up how all students are admitted to college from now on and reform the testing industry. Steve. At least eight illnesses have been linked to chopped salad kits from fresh express CBS is Jonathan Vigliatti. According to the Centers for Disease Control, people started getting sick between November five and November fifteen in Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin after eating the salad. One of those patients developed kidney failure, an outbreak linked to Romaine lettuce from Selina's California's sick and more than one hundred people in twenty three states. Twenty five more movies are going into the National Film Registry at the National Library of Congress. Here CBS is Steve Futterman. This year's list includes a Disney animation classic, Sleeping Beauty, along with a film depicting the life of Country Music Legend Loretta Lynn. There is Martin Scor says. He's documentary the last walls, featuring the rock group the band. Prince's film Purple Rain makes the list as the spike leaves breakthrough film. She's gotta have it down two types of men, the decent ones and the dogs. There is the highly acclaimed Vietnam War drama platoon. Everybody gotta Die Sometime, and there's even the trip back to the seventeen hundreds. Amma Davis, Steve Futterman CBS News team. Climate activist grata tune Burg is time magazines person of the year. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction. She's spent a lot of time traveling the globe this year, at times exchanging verbal punches with president trump. She is in Madrid now for a climate summit. Are you getting a holiday bonus at work? If you are, it probably won't compare to this. Now this is a hobiday to remember. A company in Maryland called St John Properties announced during its holiday party that everyone was sharing in a ten million dollar bonus. The amount given to each of the one hundred ninety eight employees was based on works there very thankful and what happened and I was magical. It's really amazing. The average bonus fiftyzero dollars. The highest two hundred seventy thousand. Matt Piper, CBS News. A lot of money being thrown around at baseball. The New York Yankees landed the big offseason Free Agent Prize, Pitcher Garrick Cole, reportedly signing a whopping three hundred twenty four million dollar contract over nine years. That works out to thirty six million a season. That's tops in the big leagues. That's the round up. I'm Steve Cath and CBS News. Defense chief fires the Navy secretary, moving trust dated confidence in him. Billionaire Mike Bloomberg is running for president. It pumps a lot more money into this race. Sick passengers on the high seas had it has met suits on sanitizing on the rooms. This is the CBS World News Round up presented by capital one. Good Morning, I'm Peter King.

The forced resignation of Navy Secretary Richard Spencer is creating political and military waves. Spencer's resignation letters suggest he was fired for his handling of the case involving Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher, was accused of war crimes and then pardoned by the president. Spencer refused to close the books on Gallagher and many navy officials wanted him removed from the seal team. CBS Is David Martin is at the Pentagon. Ventcer was fired a day after denying reports he might resign over the Gallagher affair. I have not threatened to resign. I am here. I work at the pleasure of the president. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that Spencer had gone behind his back to negotiate with the White House on ways to Short Circuit Disciplinary Proceedings Against Gallagher, but Spencer's resignation letter made it sound like he was fired before he could embarrass the president by resigning on principle. He wrote I cannot in good conscience obey in order. That I believe violates the sacred oath I took New York Democrat Chuck Schumer. He did the right thing. He should be proud. Good Order, morale and discipline in the armed services have to transcend politics, and Spencer stood for that. He's all in. Like bloomber, intends to make good of a billionaire in former New York mayor will likely try to outxpand it out run candidates like Elizabeth Warren. Like she should not for sale, not to billionaire's, not corporate executives. We need to build a grass roots movement. That's how top offices. Bloomberg is ignoring the early races. He's concentrating on the Super Tuesday primary. Station instead, CBS ISET O'Keefe. He enters the race as a moderate, as someone who is concerned about the direction of the Democratic Party and certainly the direction of the country, and he's making good on something that he's thought about doing since at least two thousand and eight. Bloomberg's not accepting donations, but that could keep him out of the debate, since candidates have to hit fundraising goals to qualify. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is out of the hospital after being treated for a possible infection over the weekend. CBS is Steve Dorsey. The court says Ginsburg is at home and doing well. The eighty six year old was released from Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore after spending two nights there for chills and a fever. The court says are symptoms subsided after she received intravenous any biotics. Taa says today is probably the best travel day for Thanksgiving week, with some fifty five million people expected to hit the roads, rails and skies for the holiday. It's not just about the traffic. A major witter storm is brewing in the rockies and it's headed east. CBS News Meteorologist Jeff Bearadeli Storm Forms later tonight and tomorrow morning around Denver. Heavy Snow Blizzard Conditions Gus over forty miles an hour moves through the plane states towards Minneapolis. The good news is it's rain in Chicago, but still going to cause some issues there Detroit and Cleveland. Scientists say greenhouse gas is hit a record high last year. The World Meteorological Organization says they rose faster than the average rise of the past decade with no signs of slowing down. But the second time of just over two years, Uber has lost its license to operate in London because of insurance and safety issues. CBS is Vicky Barker is their live regulators here say Uber has cleaned up its act somewhat in those two years, but they still found fourteen thousand Uber trips made by uninsured drivers in the past year alone. Alex would of for, I think, the messages that London is very much open for business, but it's about accepting the regulations to make sure that, fundamentally, passengers in London off safe. HOOBER can keep operating wilt appeals. It's forty fivezero drivers and three and a half million customers can also choose from other right hail and competitors which have past regulatory muster here Peter. A series of emails apparently shows that acting White House chief of staff, mcmulvaney asked for legal justification for freezing Ukraine out of US aid well after the president's call with that country's leader. CBS Has Been Tracy is at the White House. According to the Washington Post, the exchanges began after President from ordered the hold on military ad Ukraine and after his July twenty five call with Ukrainian presidents a Lensky and which he asked to Lensky to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden. Now, in early August, acting chief of Staff mckmulvaney asked the Office of Management and budget for legal justification for withholding the aid and how much longer it could be delayed. Its sentencing day for a Chinese national convicted of bluffing her way into the president's Maralago resort last March and Florida. The woman was carrying several electronic devices and was considered a security threat. Prosecutors want eighteen months in prison for her. No Joy ride for passengers on the Norwegian enjoy, the cruise line says some people quote experienced to stomach related illness. It's believed to be norovirus. Ship left Miami last week and doctor in La yesterday passenger Judy Lucos, they took old pillows in the rooms and they were sanitizing those. Five year old boy who was thrown from the third floor of Minnesota's mall of America, is back in school and said to be walking just fine. Family friends says he's doing well.

More than seven months later, his attacker has begun a nineteen year prison sentence. After months of Pro Democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong, the voters have spoken in record numbers. Your CBS has Remy Inocencio. We've seen this massive turnout we've never seen before. Seventy one point two percent of the voting public cast their votes and it was a resounding win for Pro Democratic candidates and a resounding route for pro establishment and probaging candidates. They voted on low level district council seats, but many experts say it's an indication of what's to come in future votes for higher office. It's been a huge jewel heist in Germany. Police a burglars broken of the Green Vault Museum and Dresden. What they stole could be worth more than a billion dollars. Others, at last night's American music awards, Taylor Swift moved past the dispute she's had with her record company and her former manager to perform some of her older songs as she took home six awards, including artist of the year and the decade. The last year of my life has had some of the most amazing times and also some of the just like hardest things I've gone through in my life. Swift passes Michael Jackson with twenty nine career wins at the American music awards. Four days before Thanksgiving, how do Americans feel about the traditional Thanksgiving meal? A survey looking at the most popular Thanksgiving recipes in eight state from the Website House method lumps together entres and side dishes. The survey's David cusick on how Turkey fired. Turkey number one. Salad and dressing. We're both tied at number two. Six states of piece number three, and can men with Green Bean casserole at five states. Desert. Wise, Pumpkin Pie dominates in the northwest and southwest, Brownies in the Midwest and northeast. Stephen Kaufman, CBS News. Washington redskins rookie quarterbacked Wayne Haskins gets his first NFL win, but he's probably hearing more about keeping his head in the game. Haskins posed for a Selfie with the fan after what he thought was the last play of the game. It wasn't. He says he'll get it right next time. That's the World News Round Up for Monday November twenty five, two thousand and nineteen. I'm Peter King, CBS News.

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